Please find underneath a CfP for a panel on « Emotions and Nation in late medieval France » to be held at the 50th International Congress for Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo in May 2015.
The Udo Keller Stiftung Forum Humanum (Hamburg) has generously provided grants of $2,200 each to enable doctoral students and recent post-docs (not before 2010) to participate in the international Claremont Philosophy of Religion conference held in Claremont, California every February. The theme of the 2015 conference (Feb. 19-21, 2015) is "Self or No-Self: The Debate about Selflessness and the Sense of Self."
Second-wave feminists identified marriage as an oppressive institution that functioned to subjugate women – demanding their obedience and conformity in myriad ways and funneling their labor into housework and childrearing. Feminist film criticism of the 1970s and 1980s was also deeply invested in the critique of marriage and romance as hetero-patriarchal institutions. Yet in subsequent years, this critique receded into the background, as women participated in the workforce and obtained education in increasing numbers, marriage became a rarer and later life event across the populations of most Western countries, and as postfeminism arose.
SHCY Panel Submission/CFP
CFP for Panel: Society for Cinema & Media Studies Conference March 25-28, 2015 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
"Gender and Genre Through a Post-9/11 Lens"
This panel seeks to engage with the repercussions that teleological imagery and metaphors of progress had on Victorian thought and culture. Progress, imagined as an accumulative, unidirectional movement through time, profoundly shaped the Victorian understanding of history, politics, social organization, and national destiny. Imagining civilization as developing in phases fomented a national obsession with documenting, collecting, and cataloguing people and things into discrete stages of development, and additionally demanded frequent cultural demonstrations of the nation's position at the pinnacle of this notional configuration.
Quiet Revolutions: Politically Subversive Cinema
16th Annual Cinema Conference, San Francisco State University
October 17–18, 2014
Keynote Speakers: Chuck Kleinhans (Northwestern University) and Julia Lesage (University of Oregon), founders and editors of Jump Cut
Gladiators in Suits:
Race, Gender, and the Politics of Representation in Scandal
Edited by: Kimberly R. Moffitt, Simone Puff, and Ronald L. Jackson II
Medical Humanities: Health and Illness in Popular Culture
PCA-ACA National Conference (Popular and American Culture Associations)
New Orleans, Louisiana
April 1-4 2015
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: November 1, 2014
Hamsa. Journal of Judaic and Islamic Studies, nº 3
Contributions are welcome, for publication in the 3rd issue of Hamsa. Journal of Judaic and Islamic Studies. Subject is free.
Articles must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com until April 31st, 2015.
For further information and text norms, see: http://www.hamsa.cidehus.uevora.pt/
MIDAS – Museum Interdisciplinary Studies is launching a call for papers for issue 5 for publication in Spring 2015. This issue will include a thematic dossier under the theme "Science and Art, SciArt: Museums, Laboratories, Scientists and Artists" with Marta Agostinho, Pedro Casaleiro and Herwig Turk as guest editors.
"Purity" and "Impurity" establish themselves as structural categories in both Islam and Judaism, embracing dimensions as diverse as the body, food, clothing and even space itself. The 2nd issue of the journal Hamsa will be devoted to this wide-ranging theme, seeking to obtain diachronic historical perspectives. To this effect, we aim to promote the analysis of interfaith relationships, in those instances where purity and impurity are projected in contacts with the Other. Those dimensions concern not only the minorities, but also affect Christianitas itself, through interiorization of these concepts and their application to minority communities (as is the case, for example, with limpeza de sangue - "cleanliness of blood").
Call for Contributors to Edited Collection:
We invite chapter-length essays that analyze the American Revolution as a global phenomenon for a volume of essays; we are particularly interested in chapters that examine a range of texts and cultural practices from around the world. A major academic press has expressed strong interest in publishing the volume.
What does it mean to produce writing that is 'arguably not poetry,' but to be one of Canada's preeminent poets? Can we situate Carson, who actively resists stable notions of place, space, and temporality, in a contemporary Canadian context? Even more, her work often thematizes dislocation and eruption in imaginative and interdisciplinary ways. In order to understand one of Canada's most important literary voices, we aim to examine the connections and disconnections Carson makes visible in her prolific and ever-growing body of work. This roundtable will consider papers that address Carson's work, especially in light of Red Doc> (2013).
Society for the Study of Anglo-Saxon Homiletics: Languages of Preaching in Anglo-Saxon England